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Origin and history.
Fluorite owes its name to the Latin word Fluere which means ‘to flow’. Fluorite is also called a fluorspar because it has often been used since the 18th century to melt metals from ore. Fluorite comes in all colors and sometimes you will find multiple colors in 1 piece, this is called rainbow fluorite. 

If fluorite has been in the sunlight for a long time, it lights up when it is dark. In China, fluorite has been popular for a long time and is used in jewelry, decoration and amulets. The Chinese believe that it offers protection against black magic and provides wealth.

Fluorite is also very popular in the West, so it is a popular stone to imitate. Make sure you don’t buy colored glass instead of Fluorite!

Possible healing properties.
Fluorite has a soft and loving energy. Fluorite is also very popular with children. It opens the heart chakra and gives a peaceful and loving feeling. Fluorite is a good stone to meditate with, because it promotes the thought process. It helps you to create overview and clarity in difficult issues. Stimulates the imagination and makes you creative. Fluorite is great to carry with you in a creative profession.*

*This information is not scientifically proven, it is based on the experience of users and therapists. The properties mentioned are in no way intended to replace diagnostics or treatment by a qualified doctor or therapist.